Survey shows need for better cops, courts coverage; USA Today gives anti-Trump ‘endorsement; Scarbrough named executive editor at Fox Sports; women cite sexual abuse in opposing pipeline; U.N. group backs reparations for U.S. blacks; two J-schools to focus on diversity 'pipelines'; William Garth, Chicago Citizen publisher, dies at 78 (9/30/16)
Inaccurate responses on 'stop-frisk,' birthers; Arizona Republic breaks with past, backs Clinton; Al Johnson, editor and publisher, dies at 70; Bill Nunn was scion of a journalism family; Pollard leads Native American journalists; traveling through mud to reach Colombia’s FARC (9/27/16)
Anchor has cited ‘strong sensitivity to that story’; USA Today Network, Univision push voting; Charlotte editor asks where black professionals are; commentator suspended over Charlotte tweet; new museum affects black journalists personally (9/26/16)
Social media 'elbowed' police version of shooting; Trump gets it wrong, Lester Holt is a Republican . . . poll favors Cooper over Holt as moderator; in which case Is the N-Word appropriate?; Allister Sparks, anti-apartheid editor, dies at 83; Narisetti named CEO of Gizmodo, formerly Gawker; pipeline battle is also over who tells the...